Individual Therapy

As relationship therapists, we work with couples and individuals. Individual therapy offers the confidential space and time to reflect and help explore events and issues that may be affecting your life.

Individual counselling can offer one partner of a couple the opportunity to explore particular challenges and dynamics in their relationship.

Individual therapy may help those who:

  • Find difficulties forming or maintaining relationships
  • Are going through separation or divorce
  • Lack confidence and feel unfulfilled
  • Feel depressed or anxious
  • Have suffered a bereavement
  • Are experiencing life changes

Coupleworks Therapists

Coupleworks is a group of six highly experienced relationship counsellors and psychosexual therapists. 

Since 2004 Coupleworks therapists have offered couples the opportunity to explore and understand their relationships and each other within an empathetic and understanding space.

Coupleworks counsellors offer counselling remotely via Skype and in person at their individual private practices based across London.

Coupleworks Blogs

What has Covid-19 taught us.

As a Coupleworks therapist, I have always respected my clients and their agenda for coming into therapy, no matter what the presenting problem seems to be.  During the last 15 months, my respect and admiration has grown for people in very difficult circumstances, who...

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Jealousy: How to Embrace it and Talk about It

With lockdown slowly coming to an end, we are slowly interacting with more people. For some couples, this is a welcomed relief to spend time other than our partner but for some, it can bring up feelings of jealousy that have laid dormant throughout lockdown. Dr. Ari...

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Wedding Season….

With Harry and Meghan’s reflections on their own wedding day at Windsor, and Carrie and Boris beating the media pundits and enjoying a very private ceremony at Westminster Cathedral, weddings, and all that surrounds them, have been very much in the news in recent...

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What has Covid-19 taught us.

As a Coupleworks therapist, I have always respected my clients and their agenda for coming into therapy, no matter what the presenting problem seems to be.  During the last 15 months, my respect and admiration has grown for people in very difficult circumstances, who...

read more

Jealousy: How to Embrace it and Talk about It

With lockdown slowly coming to an end, we are slowly interacting with more people. For some couples, this is a welcomed relief to spend time other than our partner but for some, it can bring up feelings of jealousy that have laid dormant throughout lockdown. Dr. Ari...

read more

Wedding Season….

With Harry and Meghan’s reflections on their own wedding day at Windsor, and Carrie and Boris beating the media pundits and enjoying a very private ceremony at Westminster Cathedral, weddings, and all that surrounds them, have been very much in the news in recent...

read more

Anxious Times and Quietening the Mind’s ‘Chatter’

‘You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf’ (Jon Kabut-Zinn) ‘The way you tell the story to yourself matters’ (Amy Cuddy) Since the first news of the pandemic we have been aware of a global thrum of anxiety which has impacted on us individually to varying...

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